Anne Peach, from Salford, won a pair of tickets to the glitzy opening night of the National Theatre’s War Horse by entering a competition through’ Our Lowry’, The Lowry’s exclusive scheme for Salford residents.
Anne and her friend were treated to a VIP evening on Wed 20 November to mark the opening of the biggest-selling show in The Lowry’s 13 year history. Anne mingled with famous faces in a pre-show drinks reception, caught a glimpse of Joey himself in the foyer and met with The Lowry’s Chief Executive Julia Fawcett.
The Our Lowry scheme is offering a pair of free tickets to every performance of War Horse – that’s 70 pairs of tickets in total from now until the show finishes on Sat 18 January 2014. To be in with a chance to win you just need to be a Salford resident. To enter email email@example.com with ‘Our Lowry’ in the subject line.
Anne said: “…I attended the opening night performance of War Horse thanks to complimentary tickets I won from a draw organised by ‘Our Lowry’. I would like to say a huge thank you to all the Lowry staff concerned. I had the most amazing evening watching an outstanding production and being treated as a VIP! I have been part of the ‘Our Lowry ‘scheme since its inception and I have seen many excellent shows through its offers. I am proud to live and work in Salford and I love the fact that we have such an amazing facility as The Lowry in our city. It was a night I will never forget!”
The ‘Our Lowry’ scheme is a great free membership scheme, available exclusively to Salford residents, giving them access to exclusive and on-going offers for theatre shows, money-can’t-buy experiences and more. For more details on Our Lowry visit www.thelowry.com/ourlowry
Speaking of the ‘Our Lowry’ War Horse competition, Salford City Mayor, Ian Stewart said: “This will give even more local residents the opportunity to see this brilliant show. It is a breathtaking production, with full scale horses brought to life onstage through unique puppets – it will really be something to remember. The Lowry’s gesture will be much appreciated.”